2012 Fall Term
Biological Sciences 467
A study of the application of modern principles of ecology, genetics and evolution to the preservation of natural communities and their constituent organisms. Topics covered include causes and consequences of rarity of organisms, population viability analysis, preservation of genetic diversity, island biogeography, fragmentation and edge effects, and both in situ and ex situ measures for the protection of biodiversity. Three hours of lecture per week. Offered during the fall of odd years.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: BIOLOGY 251 WITH A GRADE OF C OR BETTER; BIOLOGY 257 WITH A GRADE OF C OR BETTER; MATH 231 OR MATH 342 OR PSYCH 215 WITH A GRADE OF C OR BETTER OR EQUIVALENT STATISTICS
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